Hector wreaks havoc
Roads and bridges across Tayside and Fife were forced to close as Storm Hector battered Scotland.
The Tay Road Bridge was shut to pedestrians and traffic in the morning and the Friarton Bridge was closed to high-sided vehicles. Double-decker buses were denied use of routes across the Forth.
A trio of oak trees were blown over on the Invergowrie to Errol road, forcing its closure, and various routes in Fife were similarly blocked.
A fallen tree caused damage to walls and the side of the Dysart Carmelite Monastery in Kirkcaldy. There were also power outages in the Dunfermline and Cairneyhill areas.
In Forfar, five fire tenders responded to a collapsed roof in Castle Street.
There were no reports of injuries and winds are expected to ease today.
Fife Council new Forestry Team tackles a fallen tree on Hot Pot Wynd, Dysart.